CDSB’s College Weekly Honors Rundown

University of Delaware, Wilmington University and Goldey Beacom have multiple honors this week from different sports.

 

University of Delaware:

CAA Rookie Of The Week

Lizzie O’leary 

Lizzie Oleary Garners CAA Rookie of the Week Accolades

O’leary was named CAA Rookie of  the week for her play against UNCW and Elon.

During the two games last week, Oleary averaged  9.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.

In the win against UNCW, Oleary had six points and two rebounds in the game.

In the Loss against Elon, Oleary had 13 points and seven rebounds in the game.

Oleary is averaging 4.4 points and 2.7 rebounds per game in 18 games this season with the Blue Hens.

This is Oleary’s first CAA Rookie of the Week honor this season.

 

 

University of Delaware:

All-CAA Preseason Team

Taylor Carpentier

Taylor Carpentier Tabbed CAA Defensive Player of the Week

Carpentier was named an All-CAA Preseason Team selection.

Last season, Carpentier  led the CAA and finished sixth nationally with an 8.62 GAA and was also second in the conference with a 46.4 save percentage.

The senior goalkeeper enters this season second with a 7.96 GAA and 10th with 238 saves.

 

University of Delaware:

All-CAA Preseason Team

Becky Gohsler

Gohsler was named an All-CAA Preseason Team selection.

The midfielder led Blue Hens in eight categories last season which they were  points, goals, ground balls, draw controls, free position goals, shots, shots on goal and caused turnovers.

Goshler also ranked ranked 22nd nationally with 2.07 caused turnovers per game.

The senior Blue Hen is fourth in program history with 105 career draw controls and the team’s active career leader with 80 points, 66 goals, 14 assists and 69 ground balls in 49 games played.

Goldey-Beacom

CACC Men’s Basketball Weekly Honor Roll

Corey Taite:

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Taite was named to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Basketball Weekly Honor Roll for his play against Georgian Court and Caldwell.

During the two games, Taite averaged 22 points  5.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.5 steals.

In the win against Georgian Court , Taite had 24 points with five assists, three rebounds, and a steal.

In the win against Caldwell, Taite had 20 points, seven rebounds and three assists.

Taite ranks high in the nation in many categories including 14th in the country with 42 steals, 23rd with 98 free throws, 30th with 2.21 steals per game, 35th with 668 minutes, 59th with just over 35.1 minutes per contest and 62nd with 19.5 points per game. Taite knows how to get to the free throw line which he ranks first in the nation with 98 free throws. Also,Taite ranks second in the nation  with a .467 three-point percentage, third with 115 baskets and third with 19.5 points per contest.

Taite ranks high in many Goldey-Beacom categories also including 10th in school history with 1,025 points (which just earned this week) , sixth with 232 assists, fourth with 258 free throws, sixth with 142 steals, seventh with 121 three-pointers and ninth with 323 field goals.

Taite is  also helping Goldey-Beacom’s defensive unit get noticed as they are ranked  third with 20.74 turnovers per game, fifth with 188 steals, seventh with a 5.2 turnover margin and eighth with 9.9 steals per contest.

Taite has earned  the CACC’s weekly honor roll six times this season. Also,  the GBC player has earned CACC’s Player of the Week two times this season.

 

Goldey-Beacom

USTA District College Coach of the Year

Joe Kissel

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Kissel will be named the United States Tennis Association District College Coach of the Year in a ceremony on February 25th.

This the third consecutive time that Kissel had earned this honor. This honor was awarded from coaches from Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Kissel led Goldey-Beacom to a 14-4 record and a  second straight CACC title. Also, Kissel led the lightning to their seventh trip to the NCAA Tournament.

 

 

Wilmington University

 CACC Player of the Week

Miles Gillette

Gillette was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for his play against Jefferson and Nyack.

During the two games, Gillette averaged  24 points and 10 rebounds in the two wins last week.

In the win against Jefferson, Gillette had 24 points and 10 rebounds.

In the win against Nyack, Gillette also had 24 points and 10 rebounds.

In  20 games this year, Gillette is averaging 13.4 points per game, 7.7 rebounds per game and 0.7 assists per game.

This the second time in three weeks, Gillette has been awarded CACC Player of the Week.

 

Wilmington University

CACC Defensive Player Of The Week

Nick Richards

Richards was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Week for his play against  Jefferson and Nyack.

During the two games, Richards averaged  20 points and 5.5 rebounds,  3.5 steals and 1.5 blocks per game in the two wins last week.

In the win against Jefferson, Richards 19 points, six rebounds, two steals, one block and two assists.

In the win against Nyack, Richards had 21 points to go with five rebounds, five steals, two blocked shots, and four assists.

In  15 games this year,  Richards is averaging 20.1 points per game, six rebounds per game and 4.3 assists per game.

This is the first time this season, Richards was awarded CACC’s Defensive Player Of the Week.

 

Wilmington University

2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region First Team

Sean Deely

Deely was named to the 2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region First Team.

Deely had a 7-1 record in 12 games, 72.2 innings, 1.61 ERA and 68 strikeouts last season.

 

Wilmington University

2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region Second Team

Kendall Small

Small was named to the 2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region Second Team.

Small had a .287 batting average, 43 RBI, four home runs, 32 Runs and 8 stolen bases in 48 games last season.

Wilmington University

2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region Second Team

Dan Hyatt

Hyatt was named to the 2018 NCBWA Preseason All-East Region Second Team.

Last season, Hyatt had  a .288 batting average, 20 RBI, 16 Runs and four stolen bases in 46 games.

Hyatt also had a 2-1 record in 14 appearances, 16.1 innings pitched, 3.86 ERA and 26 strikeouts last season.

 

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